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Joe Solmonese - President of the Human Rights Campaign
Joe Solmonese - President of the Human Rights Campaign

AIR DATE: June 20, 2011

The conventional wisdom is that equality for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender people is only a matter of time. A short period of time because, says Joe Solmonese, President of the Human Rights Campaign, we have reached a tipping point where wide acceptance of equality is near. We discuss that tipping point and how close equality is and what is needed to reach real equality for people of all sexual orientations.
Joe Solmonese, Pres, The Human Rights Campaign
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